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interesting happen last night? we had a bit of an election, didn't we. anybody think we got the election right? barring any major miracles i'm calling the election right now. it's already over. [applause] >> cenk: yeah, that was only six weeks ago. will i be voting today? the answer is yes. then the guys who are not voting, fox news in a total meltdown. >> you got to be careful calling things. >> well, folks. >> keep coming. here we go. you tell me whether you stand by your call in ohio given the karl rove. >> cenk: that was awesome. and wait until you see bill o'reilly saying, oh, no, the right establishment is lost--yes! and then progressive victories everywhere! some of them even came in 420. [ cheering ] >> it means i'm going to smoke a lot of weed! whew! >> and if you think there respect going to be elbows on this show, then you don't know what is happening. lots of elbows tonight. it's go time! [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> romney: i'm mitt romney. i believe in america and i'm running for president. >> this is going to be a landslide. he's going to win by more than five points. >> barack obama wi
everybody. >> welcome to the "young turks." it's the second day after the election and we're still having fun. karl rove flushed that money down the toilet, now they're goal at him big time. this one big ad run by the democrats apparently had more effect than that entirely amount of money. >> romney shut down our plant. turns out that when we built that stage, it was like building my own coffin. >> i still love that ad. then rove comes up with the world's lamest excuse. >> they cut their winning percentage by over romney by about two thirds, but the president -- he succeeded by suppressing the vote. >> wait, wait, wait, obama suppressed the vote? obama suppressed the vote! you're a stitch, karl. and we continue to rub it in the faces about how wrong they were. >> obviously i think with the election results last night, do you want to offer an apology? >> we missed the north carolina senate race. >> yes you did. >> by the way, i didn't. i got that one right too. by wait, the most accurate pollster for the election, you will love that result. don't miss that. it's go time. >> president obama
of the mistress is awesome. that's coming up in just a little bit. then after the election the president actually broke down a little bit with his staff. >> cenk: what a baby. i'm playing i'm playing. we'll talk about it later. and then after, of course, president obama won, what happened? it got racial again. >> you don't see democrats and republicans having these types of events on other campuses. yeah sadly. >> cenk: we already have republicans talking about it. fun for everybody. and then elbow of the day? republican crying, once again awesome. go time. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right welcome everybody. have you heard about general david petraeus? of course you have, of course you have. you might be wondering why did he step down? andrea mitchell broke the story and talked about the official resignation letter. she read it. >> after being married over 37 years i showed poor judgment by engaging in an extramarital affair. this afternoon the president graciously accepted my resignation. >> cenk: so is there a story behind the story? first let's find out who he was having the affair w
probably waited for the election. >> cenk: and he'll be testifying about benghazi in a couple of days. >> which he will not do. >> cenk: ana, i know in the military you're not supposed to have an affair. i get why they did the investigation, but taking everything else out, do you think he should resign over an affair? >> absolutely not. unfortunately, i think when it comes to sexual affairs, it's the only thing that is simple simple simplistic enough for everyone to understand. when it comes to a sex scandal everyone knows what's happening an we demonize politicians for it. i don't think it affects the way he does his job. >> can i add to what ana is saying. feinstein may want him to testify on benghazi, and that's why she may be upset that the president accepted it. it could be that. we want to hear from this man about bengahzi. i think that's an interesting topic. >> cenk: go ahead congressman. >> i think there is a certain puritanicallism in america. where someone has an affair an they immediately have to resign or whatever. but it does make someone questionable somebody could ques
a democratic elected and then we have to fight him to make sure he's progressive. by the way i wish you luck in that fight, i really do. he continues: >> i would bet my bottom dollar on it. i'm not positive about social security, but medicare and medicaid, i would be shocked if the president didn't take a chain saw to them. isn't that funny though, even if i'm wrong progressives are saying oh, my god we threw ourselves on a hand grade for the president. why? because they knew he wasn't actually progressive we did what we had to do to get him elected, now please, pretty please will you listen to us. i thought he was supposed to be progressive, i thought that's what the republicans were saying. >> we are preserved to preserving the tax breaks for the middle class and piking sure the wealthy pay their fair share. >> the president just got reelected, the republicans are reeling, we told you a mommy reasons he's got leverage. one other a recent poll from pew research center: if you go over the fiscal cliff, they are going to blame the other side anyway, which you should, so you have all the lever
, but the reality is that in recent years. >> let me pause there for a second. ma'am has won the election there. if they won the elections, do you have a right to assassinate their military leader and if you do do they have a right to assassinate your military leader. >> we left the gaza strip in 2005. there was no reason to respond by rocket, by firing thousands of rockets into israel after we left. there is a problem here and a symmetry here. you have a terrorist organization hamas which controls gaza today, is controlling the population, as well and they are stockpiling firing from densely civilian areas, including schools and masks and hospitals and residential homes into israeli civilian areas on the other side of the border. our goal is to stop the firing. we left gaza, we don't want to reenter. >> in this particular case, the timing is very curious. it's right after the u.s. elections are over, president obama made a deal, gave israel iron dome and then all of a sudden, there's no incursion into gaza. right after our elections are done, all of a sudden on november 8 a two week lull in vi
vote we told you we're not going to cut entitlements and now that the election is over, believe me, the president and wall street align. what about capital gains. that might go back up. that would be a good thing. don't get excited. if they do nothing it goes back up to 39.6% than former income tax for the top bracket. no. the private sector probably has an awareness that the capital gains rate will likely go back to somewhere around the low 20, maybe 20%, maybe 22%, in that range i don't think a lot of people have a significant problem being in the low 20s. really, they don't? are you not merciful. of course you would have a problem with that. that's an incredibly low rate. that's the compromise we're going to get? disaster. now what about social security. remember when jim lehrer asked about this during the debates. >> do you see a major difference between the two of you on social security. >> i suspect on social security we have somewhat similar position. >> cenk: why! why do you have a similar position? his position is to cut social security. and then i red that they may cut th
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